User Profile: Sargeking

Sargeking

Member Since: March 03, 2013

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  • October 23, 2014 at 4:50pm

    Dano: I’ve read your so-called “Bill of Rights” which is paper human rights devoid of the gun rights that we enjoy in most parts of America. In your “country’s defense” is an apple to oranges comparison to being an American and walking down a big city street at night with two legged predators on the prowl. The good American is on their own for personal self defense, and thank God Almighty the vast majority of able and law abiding citizens can obtain a carry permit. That’s not a small difference between laws and customs. It’s huge! It’s gigantic! It’s the difference between living truly free or as a slave under socialist rule. Get it?

  • [3] October 23, 2014 at 3:10pm

    Father: “Optics.” Good spot. How about another word, “Agenda?” As in Left wing?

  • [15] October 23, 2014 at 3:05pm

    Did this Democrat liar also graduate from the John Kerry “School of Shame” and throw the Trident over the Memorial Wall? How could any American in their right mind and having a good conscience ever vote for “any” Democrat again?

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  • [14] October 23, 2014 at 3:00pm

    I like the simple question posed to Hillary Clinton. “Can you list your accomplishments in office?” Then the silence that follows is “deafening!”

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  • October 23, 2014 at 2:55pm

    Faith: Well said. How soon they will forget.

  • [1] October 23, 2014 at 2:54pm

    tryan: Actually he did more than his job. In a ceremonial position he was only expected to stand around, dressed up like the Wizard of Oz. This guy was old school. Lucky for the Canadian Parliament. Good riddance to the killer turd terrorist.

  • [1] October 23, 2014 at 2:51pm

    inferno; Who could ever forget the great Lib example of Virginia Tech and their vaunted Gun Free Zone? What did they replace it with? How about emergency call phones, bells, and whistles? Now when a student sees the pizza guy walking across the campus they raise the alarm and it’s not because the pepperoni is missing!

  • [2] October 23, 2014 at 2:34pm

    Gonzo: Yep, and this time no ammo upgrade needed.

  • [2] October 23, 2014 at 2:33pm

    Chuck: When I was in the U.S. Army back in the 80′s, we were advised not to travel through airports, especially in our dress uniform. I wore mine anyway. I liked to show off all my “do-dads” and stuff, like my Expert Marksman Badge. There, I said it. I’ve worn the “Iron Cross!” Ooh rahh!

  • October 23, 2014 at 2:27pm

    Chuck: No chance for a positive change in Canadian gun restrictions. Especially if they listen to Al Sharpton. He’s just called for even more gun control (on both sides of the border). The Libs rule Canada and they never adopted an American style “Bill of Rights.” In the 1920′s the British Parliament outlawed private gun ownership in just one day, with no recourse for the public. That’s the history.

  • [1] October 23, 2014 at 2:22pm

    Thanks guys. I was trying to be funny with “practicable.” Somehow I had this image of a Canadian speaking proper English with an inflection.

  • October 23, 2014 at 2:14pm

    rorch: Thanks for your reply. I’m not just talking through my AZZ. I solved the murder of the missing Yale intern from over 500 miles away via deductive reasoning. I led the police directly to her body. They weren’t grateful. I sort of picked on them when I told their search team, “She’s not in some local landfill and your people are standing around for a week with thumbs up their (you know what).

    Based upon my experience reviewing building permits for a big city, I advised them she was likely stuffed into an old abandoned utility run, probably right in the same building she was working at. She was. I also identified her killer. A guy she worked with who was rejected. So he strangled her. Can you guess the “thanks” I got from the local police? I was told, “you’re verging on interfering with a capital case!” From that point forward I never again directly contacted the police on hundreds of other crimes I’ve solved, just sitting at my desktop.

    I didn’t want to end up like Richard Jewel the security guard, in jail for six months while his name was dragged through the mud. The real Atlanta Olympic bomber was Eric Rudolph. Poor Richard ended up with a heart attack and died at the age forty. So when you hear the authorities ask anyone to come forward with help, don’t do it, unless you want to get thrown in jail!

  • [12] October 23, 2014 at 11:35am

    foo: That was also my first thought and you beat me to it. Now I have another “thought.” Why are the vast majority of Canadians still without gun rights to carry? I heard an old Canadian saying, “You can’t carry around a Royal Mountie in your pocket. It’s not “practicable!”

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  • [3] October 23, 2014 at 11:28am

    Allow me to stir up another pot, respective to our vaunted law enforcement and make-up my own “memo” and then “leak” it to this Forum.

    “The Ghost Has Vanished” and the gig is up, a memo to all agencies chasing the ghost of Frein (freen, the alleged PA sniper). The old trail was salted like a mine with fake gold “evidence.” Little morsels of sightings, bits and pieces of camping gear. A letter quoted by law enforcement supposedly written by Frein, bragging about his deed and amazed by his own ability to avoid capture. Endless suppositions about his hiding places, empty cabins in the woods, even up in the trees because Frein is such an amazing “survivalist.” Now the real skinny on this circus.

    The actual perps are a sniper team of self-radicalized domestic terrorists and solely because the police wasted critical time looking at the wrong suspect, the bad guys departed with a fond adieu and middle finger to the police. I already laid out how to capture them in three basic parts. 1) Review recent flights into the area. 2) Peruse car rentals from people with mid-East names. 3) Run a check of purchases with any credit cards, and to track their whereabouts hiding inside a local hotel or buying food and gas to make their escape.

    Tragically, what they say in the Army is true. “You snooze and you lose!”

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  • October 23, 2014 at 11:09am

    Big: Spot on. That was my immediate evaluation as well. Fully 99.9999% of predator attacks can be avoided by a combination of situational awareness and the acquired ability to fill one’s hand with something a lot more substantial than a cellphone.

  • [1] October 23, 2014 at 11:05am

    Of course I wasn’t asked in the study but I have my own list of “fears.”

    1) Being continually lied to and manipulated by the current Regime.
    2) Dealing with the constant threat from the Left against all of our fundamental American human rights, especially in their incessant attacks against the 2nd Amendment.
    3) Witnessing the never ending support from the MSM for two of the most diabolical people to ever INFEST America; President Ebola and “The Beast” Hillary Rodham Clinton.

    That’s just for starters. Thanks.

    In reply to the story The Top 5 Things Americans Fear

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  • [11] October 23, 2014 at 10:50am

    We are not being told even one tenth about the current terrorism threat facing America and I understand that we can’t be told everything. That being granted what irks my AZZ is the unrelenting and pervasive political correctness from our “Great Leader” in lieu of common sense to recognize “terrorism” as a real threat.

    Our nation is under virtual attack. Either from a plethora of toxic diseases or our borders being flooded with a tsunami of dregs and killers, all too often one in the same. Stop the madness and start by securing our borders. Can’t the government at least do that? All we seem to get is an uptick in law enforcement far more concerned about their own pensions over that old adage, “To Protect and To Serve.”

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  • [1] October 23, 2014 at 10:37am

    Gonzo: How about starting the “shake-up” by defunding the CDC, the EPA, and Obamacare? Tragically, nothing positive of any major concern will be accomplished until President Ebola fades away to Hawaii to build his “Little Red Book” library. In his own diabolical words, “We are stuck in the ditch and America is riding in the back!”

    If the Reps take the Senate back the only way we can curtail Obama’s lame duck (lame brain, really) final months of onslaught against America is to petition the courts for immediate relief from his pending tsunami of “Executive Orders”, most of which are completely illegal. Otherwise, if the Hildebeast gets elected POTUS in 2016 the Fat Lady will sing, “The Party’s Over Folks.”

  • [3] October 23, 2014 at 9:09am

    RJJ: Since none of us are going to get out of this world alive, let’s ratchet up our concerns. Recall Johnny Cochran of the O.J. saga, “If it doesn’t fit, you must acquit?” He burned a hole through his brain holding an old fashioned, early model Sat link phone to his ear as an extension of his strident personality, practically 24/7.

  • [5] October 23, 2014 at 8:49am

    As a totally androgynous being, Anderson Copper, is “inappropriate” to pose as a journalist in his own write. Or another, perhaps less polite way of putting it, I can’t stand to look at him!

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